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By Matt Vensel | November 26, 2012
In the 24 hours after running back Ray Rice stunned the San Diego Chargers with his game-saving catch-and-run, the football world - teammates, fans, and former NFL players turned talking heads - marveled at the play, saying it was among the greatest individual efforts they had seen. Ravens coach John Harbaugh believes Rice's remarkable play is “going to go down in history.” “We're all going to talk about the fourth-and-29,” he said at his Monday news conference. “I said [Sunday]
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By Matt Vensel and The Baltimore Sun | March 12, 2013
The Ravens made a tough business decision Monday, dealing veteran wide receiver and playoff hero Anquan Boldin to the San Francisco 49ers for a sixth-round pick in April's draft after Boldin wouldn't accept a pay cut. Judging by all of the angry, confused and/or heartbroken Ravens fans that blew up my Twitter immediately after my colleague Aaron Wilson broke the story, the majority of the vocal minority feels that the Ravens did Boldin a dirty, got...
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By Wesley Case, The Baltimore Sun | February 22, 2013
Baltimore native Otis "Damon" Harris, a one-time member of the legendary Motown act The Temptations, died on Monday after losing a 14-year-long battle to prostate cancer, according to family spokesman Chuck Woodson. Harris was 62. Harris, a resident of Owings Mills, died at the Joseph Richey Hospice in Seton Hill. Woodson said he was in remission until three years ago. The cancer had "gotten pretty bad" by the end of last summer, Woodson said, leaving Harris in the hospital from November until last week, when he was transferred to the hospice.
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June 9, 2013
In 2001, The Sun published my rather strong letter admonishing the Ravens for being so inappropriately and disrespectfully attired for their visit to the White House after their Super Bowl victory. The disrespectful slobs who showed up coat- and tie-less then should have been left off the bus. They were an embarrassment. This time around, I am happy to congratulate the Ravens for dressing like mensches and representing our city so well ("At the White House, a day honoring purple and black," June 6)
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By Milton Kent | September 17, 1999
Sooner or later in the NFL, as in any sport, the past yields to the present. The bulky leather headgear of the 1930s became today's streamlined polyurethane helmets. The single-wing formation of the World War II era gave way eventually to the West Coast offense.What apparently doesn't change in the NFL is its antiquated telecast policy. Over the growing protests of its fans and some of its television partners, the league continues to hold on to a more than 30-year-old plan that essentially restricts the number of games you can see each weekend.
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February 11, 2013
I was in New Orleans from San Francisco for the Super Bowl . I was impressed with the graciousness and friendliness of the Baltimore Ravens fans after their win. Out in the French Quarter after the game, walking around in my red 49ers jersey expecting catcalls and rude remarks (there were a few), I had Ravens fans shake my hand, compliment my team with "good game" and "see you next year in the Super Bowl . " I even got a hug from a pretty purple clad lady. Congratulations on your win. Your fans represented your team and city well.
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By Matt Vensel, The Baltimore Sun | September 22, 2013
They lined up three rows deep and waited as Ed Reed slowly snaked his way toward the east end zone. It was almost like watching one of his unforgettable interception returns on slow-motion replay as he meandered across the M&T Bank Stadium field. A swarm of cameramen chased him, and at every turn, the Ravens icon and Houston Texans free safety bumped into another former teammate or coach who made a beeline to him after the game's final whistle. He briefly chatted with Ravens' Terrell Suggs, Haloti Ngata and Lardarius Webb, took a knee in a prayer circle of players from both teams then finally broke free from the pack.
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December 24, 2011
Join The Sun's Matt Vensel and Kevin Van Valkenburg as they chat live from the Ravens' game against the Browns at M&T Bank Stadium.   Live chat: Ravens vs. Browns
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By Jeff Zrebiec | April 16, 2012
Every weekday through April 25, the day before the first round of the NFL draft, The Sun will examine where the Ravens stand at each position, the likelihood that they will address that spot early in the draft and some of the prospects that they may consider. Today, we'll examine the quarterback position: Current quarterbacks under contract : Joe Flacco, Tyrod Taylor Chances that the Ravens draft a QB in first three rounds : None. Though there was plenty written about the prospect of adding a veteran backup to Flacco last year, the Ravens went all season with two active quarterbacks on their roster.
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